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Who the Buc are you?: lacrosse coach Sammi Reiter

This week, The Round Table sat down to interview new women’s lacrosse head coach, Sammi Reiter. Reiter brings an impressive playing and coaching resume to the women’s lacrosse team. Per Beloit College’s press release, Reiter “was a four-year member of both the Women’s Lacrosse and

2016 World Cup of Hockey exciting prelude to upcoming NHL season

For the first time since 2004, the hockey world is prepping for the World Cup of Hockey. The irregularly run tournament draws elite international competition from various leagues around the world, with this year’s edition being hosted in Toronto, Canada. The tournament was previously held

MLB playoff race heats up

The sun is beginning to set on what has been a wild 2016 MLB season. Most of the division races — save for two — are all but decided thanks to some massive gaps between the division leaders and those trying to chase after them.

Victory or Bust: fantasy football at its best and worst

Welcome readers! In this series, I’ll be providing my own wisdom into this fantasy football season, and chronicling the performance of my own team. In full disclosure, this is only my second season playing fantasy football, so I have very little idea of what I’m

Cornell breaks home run record

During Tuesday’s double-header against Alverno College, the Beloit College softball team came through with two impressive wins thank to solid pitching and clutch hitting. Along with the 5-1 and 2-0 wins, a record-breaking performance by Tala Cornell’16 was the most notable moment of the action

Wieseman earns Player of the Year honors

Lana Wieseman’16, a 6’1 forward for the Beloit College Women’s Basketball team from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin (Badger), has been named the Midwest Conference Player of the Year, the Conference Office announced on February 29 when releasing the 2015-16 All-MWC team. Wieseman is the fifth Buccaneer

Pavel Datsyuk announces plans to retire

After 14 years in the National Hockey League, Pavel Datsyuk, the Detroit Red Wings’ Russian forward known as “The Magic Man,” has announced that he will be leaving the NHL following the playoffs. Datsyuk, who spent his entire NHL career with the Red Wings, cited